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WNCC Meeting Minutes
October 8, 2001 Meeting
John Wyckoff began the meeting at 9:30. There were 35 members in attendance
including six new members.
Sue Dzuris, technology teacher at Waccamaw Elementary School, described the classes she
offers for adults. These classes are sponsored by Georgetown County Adult and Community
Education. She teaches a variety of classes ranging from beginning Microsoft Word to
advanced Excel spreadsheets, Power Point , scanners, the Internet, troubleshooting your
computer. Classes are one hour and the fee is $10 per class. You may register at the
school. John Wyckoff will post the class offerings on our website: http://wnccsc.tripod.com.
Sues e-mail address is email@example.com.
John mentioned that we are going to formalize the WNCC organization. He asked for
volunteers to work on a nominating committee and the Constitution & Bylaws. John also
presented an organizational calendar. Rosalie Spaniel and Tom MacDonnell volunteered to
work with Marlene Lazzara on the nominating committee. Charlie Ferguson, Bo Long, Aaron
Willis and Rosalie Spaniel volunteered to work with Jack Harrigan, Marlene Lazzara and
John Wyckoff on the Constitution & Bylaws.
Prior to the November meeting John will send an email containing the preliminary
Constitution & Bylaws to all members for their review.
At the November meeting candidates for election in December will be presented to the
membership and we will have a general discussion on the Constitution & Bylaws.
Prior to the December meeting, the committee will finalize the Constitution &
Bylaws for the membership vote. John will e-mail the finalized version of the Constitution
& Bylaws to all the members and ask all members to vote for officers and for the
Constitution and Bylaws using an election form on the WNCC website. The nominating
committee will review the returns and count the votes.
The results of the election will be presented at the December meeting. The WNCC
Constitution and Bylaws and the officers will become official at the January 2002 meeting.
Freddie Evans and Craig Maxer from Circuit City were our guest speakers. They
presented ideas for gift giving/new technologies. They shared information about the new
Windows XP operating system which they assure is "bug-free" but requires 256M
RAM. They also reviewed CD-R and CD-RW disks which allow users to download music, photos.
We also heard about digital cameras, cell phones, and broadband services. Circuit City
does not offer services for these technologies; they do sell the hardware/software.
John Wyckoff presented the results of the member survey. The survey results will be
included on the WNCC website.
Because of time limitation, the favorite link and question and answer portions
of the meeting were cut short.
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